December, 2019
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Thank You to everyone around the globe who helped make One Health Day 2019 a wonderful success. See Locations and Descriptions of 130 Events held around the world to educate about One Health and One Health topics.
Example Event: November 3-9, 2019 
The week of Nov. 3 through Nov. 9 was Delaware Valley University’s first annual One Health Week. The goal was to promote campus-wide awareness of One Health. The organizers wanted faculty and students to see how their disciplines rely upon and affect other fields in achieving well-being for plants, people, and animals. View Videos created for the week .

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Abuja, Nigeria.
Nigeria has launched a national One Health strategic plan that integrates human, animal and environmental health management for improved health security. The plan which was jointly developed by the Federal Mini-stries of Health, Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD), and Environment as well as their agencies, reinforces Nigeria’s commitment to strengthen a multi-sectoral collaboration for health security. Nigeria is the first country in Africa to launch a One Health plan signed by the Ministers of Health, Agriculture and Environment. This plan will be implemented over a five-year period (2018 - 2023). Read the Federal Republic of Nigeria One Health Strategic Plan 2019-2023 . 
Washington, DC, USA. On December 19, 2019 the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bipartisan resolution Senate Resolution 462 introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein (Democrat-California) and Martha McSally (Republican-Arizona) designating January 2020 as “National One Health Awareness Month” in the U.S. to promote collaboration between public, animal and environmental health scientists.
One Health in Action:
In 2015, China – which has the second highest rate of human rabies deaths in the world – pledged to meet the World Health Organization’s (WHO) goal to reach zero human deaths from canine rabies by 2030. In March 2019 China’s Center for Disease Control (China CDC) and the US CDC China office and headquarters staff jointly hosted a Stepwise Approach to Rabies Elimination (SARE) Workshop in Beijing. The four-day workshop brought together national and provincial health officials from the human and animal health sectors to identify key steps to help achieve rabies elimination. Experts from the WHO, the FAO and OIE participated.
Hosted by the WSAVA One Health Committee, this first Certificate Program to focus specifically on the role of companion animals in One Health is aimed at both veterinarians and human physicians. 20 CE/CME modules will cover all aspects of One Health as it relates to companion animals. See Information and introductory video.
The U.S. Agency for International Development will award up to $85 million over the next five years to the University of California, Davis’ One Health Institute and consortium partners to implement the One Health Workforce—Next Generation project which intends to enhance global health security by strengthening the capacity of university networks and their member institutions in Africa and Southeast Asia. The team will develop and deliver sustainable training and programs that build the capacity of national ministries and the private sector to prevent and quickly respond to disease threats using a One Health approach across human, animal and environmental sectors.
FAO has released a new primer and video explaining the basics, challenges, and outlooks on the major planetary health threat of AMR – especially as it relates to our food and agricultural systems.
November 29, 2019 AMR Workshop, Abuja, Nigeria. To stem the concerns around the rising abuse of antibiotics and the after effect on plants, animals and the environment in Nigeria, a strategy to ensure responsible use and application is being developed by the government and partners. This is part of the National Action Plan (NAP) to ensure effective surveillance and control of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Antimicrobial Use (AMU) in the country.

F our teams awarded $20,000 grants to fund community-based projects that enable more sustainable food systems.
Student News

Watch this space for ISOHA news in 2020

In some European countries, risk analytical structures to deal with (emerging) zoonoses in an integrated human‐veterinary setting have already been implemented. However, these structures mostly were implemented after experiencing one or more large outbreaks such as BSE in the UK or Q‐fever in The Netherlands. Now, these countries experience the advantages of integrated One Health approaches to deal with (re‐)emerging zoonoses, including AMR and food‐borne zoonoses. Due to very different organisation of food production systems in veterinary and human health domains, both in and between countries, it must be realized that there is no general blue‐print for a OH risk‐analysis structure. In this context, the COHESIVE project aims at strengthening/improving (structured) collaboration between the human and veterinary domain in the area of risk‐analysis of (emerging) zoonoses in European Member States.
Relevant Media
By R Seifman. The UN Sustainable Development Goals Knowledge Platform puts SDG 3, ‘Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages’ progress this way, starting with the good news: 
“Major progress has been made in improving the health of millions of people, increasing life expectancy, reducing maternal and child mortality and fighting against leading communicable diseases.” And now the bad news. ‘Half the global population does not have access to essential health services’  .
By Rachel-Paige Casey, PhD student at George Mason University
Learn about Dr. Lucey, the Outbreak Exhibit he inspired, and his insights and experiences as an infectious diseases doctor who regularly responds to outbreaks all over the world.
Note: This exhibit can travel . Bring it to a location near you. Contact
 The EIOS initiative is a network of public health organizations with one common goal: to improve global health by preventing illness and saving lives through early warning for rapid response. Its goal is to create a unified, all-hazards, One Health approach by using open source information for early detection, verification and assessment of public health risks and threats. By combining human expertise and technology, the EIOS initiative integrates global alert and response efforts for public health emergencies and supports the core capacity requirements required in the International Health Regulations (2005).
There are many benefits of having pet cats; however, education is key to prevention of common diseases which are transmittable between animals and humans. The AAFP aims to provide accurate information about feline zoonotic diseases to owners, physicians, and veterinarians to allow logical decisions to be made concerning cat ownership and to address misinformation that exists about cats and disease transmission. "These guidelines are a great example of veterinarians and physicians working together in One Health to provide accurate information about safe cat ownership,” said Michael R. Lappin, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, Chair, Zoonoses Guidelines and the WSAVA One Health Committee. See the guidelines published in the November 2019 issue of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. Download the brochure.
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One Health Issues 'IN' the News
CABI Blog by Wayne Cole.
African scientists are calling for urgent action to control the use of toxic neonicotinoid pesticides, which are already banned in Europe, for fear of them having an adverse effect on biodiversity and food security in Africa.

People are more likely to evacuate during disasters if they can find safe passage for their pets, too. When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, USA, one veterinary official told the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association that about a quarter of the deaths in one county hit hard by the storm came from people staying with their pets rather than evacuating. Vox


Frontiers Science News, October 2019
Lyme disease has been on an alarming ascent. Warmer winters have allowed ticks to become active earlier in the season and to colonize new regions. Changing patterns of land use have facilitated the reproduction and spread of the ticks that transmit it. It is one of medicine’s great mimics, and notoriously difficult to diagnose ; a new study has uncovered six potential biomarkers for accurate and early identification pinpointing molecular signatures of Lyme disease with high accuracy.
First identified by Chinese researchers in 2011. The fatality rate is around 30 per cent, similar to diseases such as Crimean-Congo haemorr-hagic fever, which is classified by the World Health Organization as having "epidemic potential" . Owners of pet cats and dogs have been warned to be especially vigilant for themselves and their pets. As of the end of October 2019, a total of 491 people had been treated in Japan for SFTS, with 70 patients dying. The illness appears to be particularly dangerous to older people, with 90 per cent of the recorded cases among people aged 60 or older.
Neglected One Health Issues
Fences and Wildlife Migration Patterns in South Africa 

Fences in Southern Africa cut across the ancient migratory routes of the region’s historically vast ungulate herds, with devastating conse-quences.
In this Scientific American article Dr. Steve Osofsky explains how the region is at a crossroads of opportunity, and offers a novel approach for making Africa's largest transfrontier conservation area a success.
Upcoming Events
January 14, 2020  - Webinar

RABYD-VAX is a collaborative research project funded under the EU’s Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon 2020), coordinated by the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) and conducted by five European research institutes. Its research focuses on the development of a novel dual rabies – yellow fever vaccine. In this webinar eminent speakers within the rabies field will cover diverse topics on this horrible and still neglected disease.
January 21, 2020 
One Health Social Sciences - Webinar - 10:00 am EST (UTC-5)

Dr. Séverine Thys will discuss the added value of conducting a socio-anthropological study to understand barriers faced to control Neglected Zoonotic Diseases (NZDs). Dr. Thys will describe the socio-cultural drivers in three case-studies: Cystic echinococcosis in Morocco; Taenia solium Taeniasis/cysticercosis in Zambia; and Rabies in South Africa, concluding with a cross-case analysis and general recommendations. The webinar is free to the public but a small donation will help the One Health Commission continue it programs. Registration required to receive your unique login link.
February 7-8, 2020

Boston, Massachusetts, USA. As part of their Global Health initiative, Northeastern University presents a trans-disciplinary research conference focused on planetary health and technology in a changing world.   Learn more .
February 20-23, 2020

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Hosted by the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID), the 19th ICID features an expanded range of sessions by bringing the One Health aspect to the world of clinical infectious diseases and microbiology. From antimicrobial resistance, Nipah virus and rabies to the effects of climate change, loss of biodiversity, and political instability on infectious diseases, looking through the One Health lens will provide valuable insights across species and specialties. Abstract submission opens in May 2019.   View Slides from ICID 2 018 .
March 16-17, 2020

Rockville, Maryland, USA. Hosted by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (DMID), this meeting will focus on understanding the link between environmental sources of antimicrobials and clinical antibiotic resistance. Discussions will include an overview of One Health, and explore methods of detection and surveillance, comparisons of data and surveillance systems, diagnostic platform technologies, and strategies which address antimicrobial stewardship across the One Health landscape. Collaborative networks will be explored for surveillance systems, sharing existing data, diagnostic technologies and strategies which mitigate antimicrobial use and foster antimicrobial stewardship.
March 26-29, 2020 

Saint Maarten, Caribbean. The American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine’s Caribbean Center for Disaster Medicine (CCDM), in collaboration with Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and regional partners in Siant Maarten and the Caribbean, will gather professionals from around the world to share insights and expertise on preparing for and managing disasters, building disaster management capacity in the workforce, and educating and training in the health professions. Perspectives from all dimensions of disaster medicine, with focused tracks on Mass Casualty Events and Infectious Disease, are invited. See summary of the First Annual CCDM International Conference on Disaster Medicine and Hurricane Resiliency held in March 2019Call for Abstracts.
March 27-28, 2020

Dublin, Ireland. Crypto-infections, i.e. hidden infections such as Lyme disease and Bartonella , include tick- borne bacterial pathogens and others. They are well recognized as a significant burden of disease in both human and animal hosts. However, much remains to be done to further diagnose, understand the underlying pathogenesis, and optimally treat these infections. This conference will bring together a wide range of scientists, both in human and veterinary medicine and in other disciplines dealing with these infections, to share their current knowledge develop a ‘blueprint’ to further the study of these infections.
April 4, 2020 Symposium

Boston, Massachusetts, USA. This symposium led by national experts and faculty from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Institute of Health Professions School of Nursing Center for Climate Change, Climate Justice and Health , will provide health care professionals with an opportunity to engage in robust discussion about ideas for corrective action to improve the lives of people in the face of climate change. Read More
April 27-28, 2020

Kampala, Uganda. Each year the World Health Summit hosts a rotating regional meeting during the interim of their main conference in Berlin, Germany (October 25-27, 2020) . The 2020 Regional Meeting will be held in Uganda's capital city, Kampala, in partnership between Makerere University and the Government of Uganda. Session topics include planetary health and will center around Africa's journey toward meeting the UN Sustainable Development Goals and achieving universal health coverage.  Learn more .
May 27-29, 2020

Prague, Czech Republic. Hosted by the One Health EJP in collaboration with partners the National Institute of Public Health (SZU) and Veterinary Research Institute (VRI). Satellite sessions on May 26.
June 14-18, 2020 
Edinburgh, Scotland. Organized by the One Health Platfrom. Abstract deadline, January 15, 2020.
June 22-26, 2020
8th Biennial EcoHealth Conference 2020

Durban, South Africa. The EcoHealth Conference series is finally coming to Africa to the University of KwaZulu-Nata l . The conference will showcase on-the-ground initiatives and impacts in the field of EcoHealth and offer ample opportunity to exchange knowledge, network, and capacity build; the conference is also the venue for the Biennial EcoHealth International General Meeting.  L earn more .
October 5-7, 2020  

Amsterdam, Netherlands. The international conference series on Responsible Use of Antibiotics in Animals started in 2005 as an initiative independent from commercial companies, official organisations or authorities. Key Themes of the Conference: Integration of animal, human and environmental health; present and future approaches at global and national levels; engagement of stakeholders; innovations in disease prevention and detection, including gut health, alternatives to antibiotics, rapid diagnostics, etc.; new areas to explore towards sustainable solutions.
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December 12, 2019 Webinar

Hosted by the US National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO). Arizona Departments of Health Services developed a comprehensive One Health toolkit better address the many One Health issues facing public health, such as vector-borne diseases and zoonoses driven by wildlife diversity, social-economic disparities, and extreme weather events. During toolkit development, the health department identified a lack of documentation outlining partner roles and responsibilities. This toolkit aims to strengthen existing collaborations, foster communication, and enhance capacity for routine investigations and emergency preparedness.
December 4, 2019
Open Debate: Implementation of One Health in Undergraduate Education

Warsaw, Poland. Led by organisations representing pharmacists, medical doctors, dentists and veterinarians, hosted by and with the support of Polish Chamber of Physicians and Dentists, the objective of this regional event was to encourage an open discussion and exchange views on how to implement the One Health approach in undergraduate education and foster interdisciplinary education in Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. Interested healthcare professionals and students from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Hungary were invited.
November 26-28, 2019

See Conference Themes . Dr. Vipat Kuruchittham, Executive Director of #SEAOHUN , presented on 'Development of #OneHealth Workforce by University Networks in Southeast Asia'.
One Health Poultry HUB researchers attended.

November 26, 2019

Tullamore, Co. Offaly, Ireland, Organised jointly by Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM), University College Dublin (UCD), Animal Health Ireland (AHI) and the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI).

November 2, 2019  

Davis, California, USA. This Symposium explored current issues and themes impacting the health of animals, people, plants and the environment. Veterinarians, physicians, public health officials, scientists, students and staff joined roundtable discussions, networked, and learned about student research projects in One Health. A keynote Calvin Schwabe Lecture commemorated the pioneering One Health work of Calvin Schwabe, who helped strengthen the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine's commitment to One Health by ensuring that future veterinarians integrate human, animal, and ecosystem protection into their professional work.
May 8, 2019
One Health Session at the 37th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID)

Ljubljana, Slovenia. Organised jointly by ESPID and the ESPID foundation, Recording Available h ttps://
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Call for Papers

The global health open access journal JAMA Network Open is calling for papers on the health outcomes and risks associated with climate change. Their interest in this topic is broad; submissions may include both indirect and direct health outcomes mediated by climate change that affect other organisms, the food supply, and the degradation of the natural environment. Manuscripts will undergo peer review, including statistical review, after you submit by March 1, 2020. Learn more .
Courses and Summer Programs ( See more Summer Program Opportunities )

January 27 - February 13, 2020 
India. Hosted by ZSL, Wildlife Institute of India, University of Edinburgh & Royal Veterinary College. Two and a half weeks, 20-credit, course running in January/February each year. Candidates will ideally have a recognized veterinary qualification to attend this course. Veterinary students in their clinical years of study may be considered if spaces become available. The course includes taught and practical sessions in population monitoring, wildlife health and disease investigation, wildlife crime and forensics, Human-Wildlife interactions and wild animal restraint and anesthesia. Sign-up and find out more here:

May 11-22, 2020
Brighton, UK., U Sussex Campus. Applications are invited from highly motivated doctoral and postdoctoral researchers working in fields around development studies, science and technology studies, innovation, and policy studies. Participants will explore the theme of ‘pathways to sustainability through a mixture of workshops, lectures, outdoor events, and focused interaction with STEPS Centre members. Application Deadling 26 January 2020. There is a fee to attend, but scholarships are available.
June 29 - July 24, 2020  
Tanzania, Africa. A transformative 4-week field-based experiential learning course focused on One Health core competencies for graduate students and early career professionals from all disciplines. Organized and taught by experts from the University of California, Davis, Sokoine University of Agriculture and Ifakara Health Institute, Rx One Health participants develop skills in laboratory and research methods, ecosystem dynamics, biodiversity conservation, epidemiology, infectious disease surveillance, biosafety, biosecurity, food safety, agriculture, food security, hydrology, marine ecology, communications, community and stakeholder engagement, ethics, teamwork, and leadership. Application Deadline: January 31, 2020
U Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. The Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary College invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant or Associate Professor level in Epidemiology and One Health. Applicants will have a post-graduate degree at the doctoral level (PhD, DVSc, or equivalent) in epidemiology, or a related field. A DVM or equivalent veterinary professional degree will be considered an asset. Applied teaching experience with graduate students in epidemiology and One Health concepts is required.
UCLA, The Southern California Education NIOSH Education and Research Center (SCERC), UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, full-time federally funded Academic Administrator / Occupational Health Researcher position. Reporting to the Center Director, the Academic Administrator functions as Center Manager/Assistant Director and provides research support, administrative and interdisciplinary academic training program coordination and evaluation. Requires doctoral degree and research/professional experience in a field relevant for occupational health and safety. More information
Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky, USA. Work with undergraduates / graduate students at the interface of public health and the environment (water & wastewater, hazardous waste, environmental epidemiology, food safety, air pollution, radiological health, housing, toxicology, zoonotic/vectorborne diseases, industrial hygiene, environmental planning, and more). Information   Contact
Ranging from Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor with preference given to candidates engaged in the following key areas: 1) non-communicable diseases (including mental health); 2) disease elimination and eradication; and 3) health impacts of global environmental change (i.e. planetary health). A doctoral degree in relevant fields with postdoctoral experience and a strong background in research and education in global health is required. Learn more .
Fellowships/ Residencies / Postdocs
The Foundation supports talented veterinary and medical researchers at an early stage in their careers through these competitively awarded Travelling Fellowships in “One Health”. Fellowship will be granted to an individual who has proposed an impactful project within the international field of “One Health”. Applicants must be affiliated to a biomedically relevant academic institution in the UK, USA, EU or Australasia. Further information and application forms may be found at . Deadline 31st January, 2020.
Program for recent global public health graduates from Council on Education in Public Health accredited schools, yearlong fellowships with guidance from leading global health experts from the CDC. Fellows are placed in Atlanta and in CDC offices abroad where they will work on the front lines of global health while developing the technical and professional skills needed to make meaningful contributions to today’s global health challenges. Application Deadlines January 22, 2020 at 12pm PST.
One Health PACT at the Netherlands Center for One Health has a 4 year (maybe 5 year) postdoc position available @ Deltares/CML focusing on landscape scenario modelling for vector borne diseases. The job will be contracted at Leiden university, but positioned at Deltares, Utrecht. Application deadline January 6, 2020.

Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH) - Supervised by former PHA Associate Director, Dr. Chris Golden, this postdoctoral researcher in Planetary Health and Human Nutrition will be based in Boston at HSPH and will work primarily of three datasets, representing two long-term cohort studies in Madagascar and a cross-sectional study in Kiribati. Candidates must have a PhD (or equivalent) and have a strong statistical and quantitative analysis background (preference for working in R). Application review will begin on January 15th, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.

The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM seeks an exceptional researcher to explore the connections between global environmental change and human health outcomes. They specifically seek candidates focused on the mental health impacts from exposure to nature, but other topics regarding nature-health links will be considered. Application due February 15, 2020.

The World One Health Congress actively encourages the careers of promising researchers and wants to provide young One Health advocates with a unique opportunity to interact with world experts, gain further insights into their fields of interest and to be  inspired with new ideas and possibilities. The One Health Platform therefore established a One Health Fellowship Fund to provide Congress Travel fellowships to young scientists, with special attention for promising scientists from resource-challenged countries. Deadline: January 15, 2020.

UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Applications will be accepted until December 31, 2019, or until a suitable candidate is identified.
Graduate Studies / Scholarships
Orono, Maine, U Maine. A PhD position is available in the Kamath and De Urioste-Stone Labs through a new interdisciplinary NSF Research Traineeship (NRT) program in One Health, starting in the Fall 2020 semester. The student will examine the drivers and impacts of parasite infections in Maine moose (Alces alces), and use social science tools to facilitate communication and participatory planning .

Based in a One Health framework and focused on health and diseases in wild gorillas and humans, this position is in the WWF-RKI cooperation project Wildlife Health Monitoring in the Congo Basin. Its goal is to improve the health of humans and animals in the Central African Republic, Dzanga Sanga (DSPA).

Athens, Georgia, USA, U Georgia, Start Fall 2020,
Journal Articles
Ticktin MI, Medicine Anthropology Theory 6(3): 133–160; 24 October, 2019,

Canine Leishmaniasis Control in the Context of One Health. Dantas-Torres F, Miró G, Baneth G, et al.,  Emerging Infectious Diseases. 2019;25(12):1-4. doi:10.3201/eid2512.190164.

Arguello-Casteleiro M et al., Journal of Biomedical Semantics 10(S1), October 2019, DOI: 10.1186/s13326-019-0212-6

Marbán-Castro E, Mattar S, González Tous M, Journal MVZ Cordoba, 2019: 24(2):7280-7284, (Bilingual journal, select English or Spanish versions on the webpage)   

Michael A Clark, Marco Springmann, Jason Hill, David Tilman, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Nov 2019, 116 (46) 23357-23362; DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1906908116

Berezowski J, Akkina J, Del Rio Vilas V, DeVore K, Dórea FC, Dupuy C, M.J. Maxwell MJ, Singh VV, F. Vial F, Contadini FM, Streichert LC, Rev. Sci. Tech. Off. Int. Epiz., 2019, May;38 (1), 251–260, doi: 10.20506/rst.38.1.2957

Pflughoeft Kathryn J., Mash Michael, Hasenkampf Nicole R., Jacobs Mary B., Tardo Amanda C., Magee D. tMitchell, Song Lusheng, LaBaer Joshua, Philipp Mario T., Embers Monica E., AuCoin David P., Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology Vol 0, 2019, pp179, DOI: 10.3389/fcimb.2019.00179 

Sholts, S. et al.,   International Journal of Infectious Diseases, Volume 79, 23, DOI:

Fabienne D. Uehlinger Douglas A. Freeman Cheryl L. Waldner, J. Veterinary Medical Education, Volume 46 Issue 2, Summer 2019, pp. 172-183,  Nov 12, 2018,
Ormea V1, Gotuzzo E2, Rev Peru Med Exp Salud Publica. 2018 Oct-Dec;35(4):663-666. doi: 10.17843/rpmesp.2018.354.4089.

Zinsstag J et al., FEMS Microbiol Lett. 2018 Jun 1;365(11). doi: 10.1093/femsle/fny085.

Kahn L, Nature 543(7647):S47-S47, March 2017, DOI: 10.1038/543S47a

A bdullah Inci ,  Alparslan Yildirim, Onder Duzlu, Mehmet Doganay, Serap Aksoy
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases,  December 15, 2016,

Vandersmissen A,  Welburn SC, Rev. sci. tech. Off. int. Epiz., 2014, 33 (2), 421-432
Editorial / Commentary
Richard Seifman (2018) SOJ Vet Sci, 4(2): 1-1. DOI:10.15226/2381-2907/4/2/00152

Bruce Kaplan DVM, Laura H. Kahn MD, MPH, MPP, Thomas P. MonathMD, Lisa A. Conti DVM, MPH & Thomas M. Yuill PhD, Infection Ecology & Epidemiology, 8:1, Published Jan 2019, DOI: 10.1080/20008686.2018.1537461

One Health is mentioned 25 times in this report.


Published by the Canadian Council of Academic, this report examines the current impacts of AMR on our healthcare system, projects the future impact on Canada’s GDP, and looks at how widespread resistance will influence the day-to-day lives of Canadians. The report examines these issues through a One Health lens, recognizing the interconnected nature of AMR, from healthcare settings to the environment to the agriculture sector. It is the most comprehensive report to date on the economic impact of AMR in Canada.


World Bank Blog by Franck Berthe, November 18, 2019,
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